We conclude our investigation into Temujin Kensu’s case and ask the ultimate question–is an innocent man in prison for a crime he did not commit?
Over thirty years ago, Temujin Kensu was convicted of the murder of another man in Michigan, despite his claims that he was 400 miles away at the time of the slaying. Is he guilty, or is an innocent man still in prison for a crime he did not commit?
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We finally conclude our investigation into the Scott Peterson case. Did he kill Laci and Conner? And even if he did, was there reasonable doubt? #truecrime #scottpeterson
We move into the defense case. Is there reasonable doubt? What about all those people who say Laci walking her dog? #truecrime #scottpeterson
We’ve covered the timeline. Now let’s dive into the prosecution’s case. It’s all circumstantial, but is it good enough to convict? #truecrime #scottpeterson
We continue our investigation into the murders of Laci and Scott Peterson and focus on the day it all happened–December 24, 2002. #truecrime
We conclude our investigation into the murders of Mary Morris. Did the Houston Chronicle receive a call saying “they got the wrong Mary Morris?” What does Duane Young have to say? What about Mary’s best friend, Laurie? And could it have been a hitman after all?
We continue our investigation into these bizarre crimes by focusing on the first Mary Morris and the information we learned that has never been made public before. #truecrime #murder #marymorris